Suspect at large in Denver considered armed and dangerous

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DENVER — A suspect in multiple cases of sex assault, kidnapping and robbery is believed to be hiding in the Denver metro area, the Denver Police Department said Saturday.

Gregory Lewis is wanted on warrants for kidnapping, aggravated robbery and statutory rape out of Massachusetts and North Carolina, police said. DPD is also now seeking the suspect in connection with sex assault, kidnapping and robbery charges here in Colorado.

Lewis, already under court-ordered supervision pending the statutory rape trial, reportedly attacked his stepfather in Southbridge, Mass., in late September, according to MyFoxBoston. Lewis tied the man up, took a handgun and fled in his parents’ SUV. At some point, he also cut off his ankle bracelet, the station reported.

Lewis should be considered armed and dangerous, DPD said.

Lewis is described as a white male in his mid-20s to early 30s, with brown hair and eyes. He is six feet, two inches tall and weighs about 250 pounds.

The suspect has a tattoo on his chest of a hand holding a knife with a broken handcuff, while a demonic female with colored eyes is tattooed on his upper left arm.

Anyone who sees Lewis was asked to call 911.



  • Test

    “court ordered supervision”

    Whoever is supposed to be supervising this guy should come out here and get him. Take him back to Massachusetts please.

  • Rattle

    He has a lengthy record in another state, has parents in that other state that are alive, is wanted in Colorado for multiple charges, was on apparent house arrest, and the best you can come up with for his age is a 10 year span of between 20 and 30 years old? You know what ink is on his chest. How could you not find out his age?

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